[on being single, 1983] I want to do all that once, and because of that, I am being very careful.Also, I don't know how good of an investment I am right now.

The actor, 52, wrote, 'Forks, tongs, cans bottles a Wong...

Help us #healthenet #afeastoffriends #Avengers Infinity War #beardbros #sciencebros #benedictsquared.' Ruffalo posted the same shot on his Instagram page, writing, 'Doing normal things with my not so normal Avengers brothers!

Hollywood stars are finally speaking out to condemn Harvey Weinstein after he was fired from his own movie production company last night over a barrage of sexual harassment claims.

The 65-year-old - so powerful that Meryl Streep once called him 'God' - has been dismissed from The Weinstein Company in the wake of allegations that surfaced last week.

Also joining Moore and Ruffalo was actress Olivia Wilde who is currently starring in the Broadway play Heading to Trump Tower for a candle light vigil for Heather Heyer who was murdered by an Alt Right American Nazi.

Some of the comments below seem to reflect a kind of willful ignorance to who the Alt Right Neo Nazi movement is and what they believe. https://com/story/vice-news-tonight-full-episode-charlottesville-race-and-terror A post shared by Mark Ruffalo (@markruffalo) on The cast that #resists together, impeaches the maniacal dickhead together.#1984 #Terms Of My Surrender A post shared by Olivia Wilde (@oliviawilde) on During a press conference today, Trump addressed questions in regards to Charlottesville saying “There is blame on both sides. I have no doubt about it – and you don’t have any doubt about it either.” Moore, along with many others, reacted to the comments that were in line with those Trump made immediately after the events when he put the blame “on many sides.” is currently playing at the Belasco Theatre and runs through October 22.True to Moore’s brand, the show is a one-man show with the polarizing filmmaker using satirical humor to make commentary about America and its politics.Earlier this evening after his one-man Broadway show Previous guests at Moore’s show included Bryan Cranston, Gloria Steinem, Maxine Waters and Morgan Spurlock.It’s assumed that the surprise guest he was referring to was Mark Ruffalo as the civic-minded After the show, buses took audience members who were provided with show-sponsored signs for the demonstration.There will also be a host of other huge names reprising their characters from the expansive Marvel universe.